This collection describes the work and life of the physiognomist and writer Leo Herland. The papers found here emphasize his written work, and the largest portion of the collection is made up of manuscripts of his compositions. The collection also holds personal and professional correspondence, published articles, some personal documents, diaries, clippings, and a few photographs Topic: Jewish authors Source: lbiead
This collection documents the professional life of the author and journalist Emil Ludwig. The bulk of the collection consists of correspondence with lawyers and publishers regarding his writings. In addition, there are a few personal documents and manuscripts of his writings Topics: Ludwig, Emil 1881-1948, Tulin, Abraham 1882-1973, Jewish authors Source: lbiead
This collection holds the research papers of the historian Franklin C. West. The primary subject of this collection is the writing of Emil Ludwig. The collection largely consists of notes and copies of articles relating to Emil Ludwig's writing and works. Other papers found here include correspondence, copies of Emil Ludwig's writing, articles relating to popular biographies, and copies of archival material relating to Emil Ludwig Topics: Ludwig, Emil 1881-1948, Biographical fiction, Biography, Exiled Jewish authors Source: lbiead
The collection contains correspondence with family members, newspapers, publishing houses, translators, and many prominent writers, philosophers, historians, politicians, actors, musicians, and other individuals, including Berthold Auerbach, Ferdinand Avenarius, Julius Bab, Hermann Bahr, Ludwig Bamberger, Gerson von Bleichroeder, Otto Braun, Martin Buber, Alfred Doeblin, Johann Gustav Droysen, Kurt Eisner, Paul Ernst, Ernst Feder, Lion Feuchtwanger, Heinrich Friedjung, Walter Friedlaender,... Topics: Mauthner, Fritz 1849-1923, Jewish journalists, Jewish authors Source: lbiead
This small collection contains three letters (1934-1940) sent by Grete Bloch to Wolfgang Schocken, as well as some of Enzo Tortora's research materials on the Bloch-Kafka relationship. In the letter dated 1940 April 21, Bloch reminisces about her relationship with Kafka, and confesses that Kafka was the father of her son, who died suddenly in 1921 Topics: Kafka, Franz, 1883-1921, Schocken, Wolfgang, Tortora, Enzo, Jewish authors, Jewish lawyers, Jewish... Source: folio
The collection contains six brief essays by Gabriel Schlewinsky (pseudonym Gabriel Elkusch) on religious topics. The essays are entitled: "Das Volk Israel und seine Mission;" "Ueber Wunder;" "Ueber den Gottesglauben" (2 copies); "Vom Wesen Gottes;" and "Seelenforschung." Topics: Jews, German, Jewish authors, Judaism, Proselytizing, God (Judaism), God (Judaism), God (Judaism) Source: folio
Correspondence from Brandes to Arthur Schnitzler, Dr. F. Mamroth, Max Harden, and Julian Zachariewicz. Photograph of a painting of Georg Brandes by Max Liebermann Topics: Zachariewicz, Julian, Schnitzler, Arthur, 1862-1931, Harden, Maximilian, 1861-1927, Mamroth, Fedor,... Source: folio
Jüdische Bibliothek (Hamburg, Germany) Description: The "Jüdische Bibliothek der Unterhaltung und des Wissens" (Jewish library of conversation and knowledge) was the weekly literary supplement to Hamburg's "Israelitisches Familienblatt" (Jewish family newspaper), the leading non-party Jewish newspaper published in pre-Hitler Germany. Contributors to the "Jüdische Bibliothek" included Joseph Roth and Ludwig Lewisohn. Additionally, the “Jüdische Bibliothek”... Topics: German literature Jewish authors Periodicals, Jewish literature Germany Periodicals, Jewish...